Pai Gow Tournament

Sunday, June 4

Sign up at Noon.

Rounds at 1PM and 2PM

Semi-Finals at 3PM

Final Round at 4PM

 

Promotion Rules:

SUNDAY, JUNE 4 SIGN UP AT NOON

TABLE GAMES PIT ONE / $25 buy-in

ROUNDS Qualifying rounds at 1 & 2pm, semi-finals at 3pm; Final round at 4pm.
Three tables with 6 players per table = 18 players per round
Top two chip leaders advance off each qualifying table advance to the semi finals = 12 players
Top five chip leaders from both tables advance to the finals plus one wildcard to be drawn after the
semi-finals

PAYOUT $500 added. At the end of the tournament chip totals will be calculated. The top six players
will receive prizes stated below. If there is a tie we will follow taiebreaker rules according to policy.
1st: 40% 2nd: 20% 3rd: 15% 4th: 10% 5th: 10% 6th: 5%

RULES
Each round will consist of 14 hands
Each player will receive a starting bankroll (in an amount to be determined by Table Games
Management) in tournament chips and must play every hand.
Minimum and maximum bets will be determined by Table Games Management.

The top two player(s) with the most chips on each table will advance to the semi final round.
First spot shall rotate in a clockwise manner each hand. First base will be found by high card on the
first hand.

Players may not alter their bet after placing it in the betting circle.
Table Games Management’s decision is final.

Players must keep all chips on the table, separated by color, and in clear view for all to see.
If a player cannot make, or chooses not to make, the minimum bet (determined by Table Games
Management) they are out. If a player must leave the table for an emergency, the minimum bet per
hand will be deducted from the player’s stack for a maximum of five hands. If the player has not
returned by the conclusion of the fifth hand the player is out.

After the 10th hand is complete a chip count will be done.

All hands must have exactly 7 cards. If any hand has a different amount of cards when it is delivered, all hands are dead and a misdeal will be declared.

The stub of the deck must be exactly 4 cards, otherwise all hands are dead and a misdeal will be
declared.

If the hands are delivered to the wrong position, the Floor Supervisor will be called and every effort will be made to place the hands in the correct positions. If this cannot be done, a misdeal will be declared.

 

Northern Quest Resort & Casino is committed to responsible gaming. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, please call the Washington State Problem Gambling Helpline at 800.547.6133 or Camas Path at 509.789.7630.

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